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Download whole manga series from many popular sites. Currently supported sites: Anime Source, Manga Fox, Manga Run, Manga Share, Manga Toshokan, Manga Volume, Otaku Works, Our Manga, Spectrum Nexus, Stop Tazmo, Unix Manga.
The Free Manga Downloader (FMD) is an open source application written in Object-Pascal for managing and downloading manga from various websites such as AnimeA, Batoto, MangaFox, MangaStream, ... *Note* From version 0.3.4b FMD has changed update server. If you are using version 0.3.3b or below, you must update your FMD manually by downloading zip file from http://sourceforge.net/projects/fmd/files/FMD/updates/109.zip/download, extract it and overwrite your old FMD files.
The Free Manga Downloader is a free open source application written in Object Pascal for managing and downloading manga from various websites. The source code was released under the GPLv2 license. FMD homesite is at https://github.com/riderkick/FMD or http://sf.net/p/newfmd. After everything is installed, open the file md.lpi by using Lazarus IDE, select Run -> Build to build the source code. If everything is ok, the binary file should be in FMD_source_code_folder/bin.
Kindle Comic Converter is a Python app to convert comic/manga files or folders to EPUB, Panel View MOBI or E-Ink optimized CBZ. It was initially developed for Kindle but since version 4.6 it outputs valid EPUB 3.0 so despite its name, KCC is actually a comic/manga to EPUB converter that every e-reader owner can happily use. It can also optionally optimize images by applying a number of transformations. If you have general questions about usage, feedback etc. please post it here. If you have some technical problems using KCC please file an issue here. If you can fix an open issue, fork & make a pull request.
Manga to Epub allow you to convert a bunch of images to a single "epub" file, readable on your reader. It handles most of the image types as well as several archives. You have multiple customization options, such as trimming the images in order to remove white borders.
Kitsu is a modern anime discovery platform that helps you track the anime you're watching, discover new anime and socialize with other fans. This is our meta repository. It contains our development environment and tooling. Check out the client, server and api docs repositories.
MangaDB is a Perl/CGI web-based application solely for cataloging manga (or quot;Japanese comicsquot;) in an easy and intuitive manner. The aim is to generate a complete listing of one's manga collection for online publishing.
Resources for the PePLink MANGA. This device with Linux embedded was marketed by PePLink (typically for Wifi and VoIP) until they withdrew it in early 2006. This project hosts the SDK, Debian image and other resources of interest to owners of this device.
Trackma aims to be a lightweight and simple but feature-rich program for Unix based systems for fetching, updating and using data from personal lists hosted in several media tracking websites. The documentation for Trackma is available on ReadTheDocs.
Quivi is a comic / manga reader but also an general purpose image viewer for Windows which supports many file formats and compressed (zip, rar) files. It is aimed for fast amp; easy file browsing with keyboard or mouse.
Roleplaying game based on the dark fantasy world of drowtales.com. C# client connecting to a C++, Php and Mysql powered dedicated linux server. Main features are: real-time chat, fully custom avatars, multiple camera view, 3d background with 2d manga cha
AutoManga will provide authoring tools (integrated with the Skencil vector graphics program) and PyGame (SDL) based display tools for parametric character animation, with tools and helpers optimized for quot;manga-stylequot; characters. Uses 2D SVG quot;celsquot;.
Development area for GNU/Linux 2.6.x for the KS8695 ARM SoC. Covers kernel patches, drivers for serial, Ethernet, PCI, GPIO, watchdog subsystems, and drivers for optional PCI based devices such as USB, WiFi, WiMAX, IPSec, SSL, and RSA devices.